3 new Indian-Americans advisers sworn in Obama admin

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Washington: Three Indian-Americans along with 11 others have been sworn in as members of a presidential commission charged with working to improve the quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs).
President’s advisory commission on AAPIs will advise President Obama on innovative ways to engage AAPIs across the country and to improve their health, education, environment, and well-being.
Democratic Party activist and fundraiser Shekar Narasimhan, Lt Col Ravi Chaudhary and actor Maulik Pancholy and 11 other new commissioners were sworn in by Sri Srinivasan, Chandigarh born US circuit court judge for Washington.